Tel: 01242 246980
£375,000 Offers in excess ofFor Sale
This spacious and elegant apartment is located on the raised ground floor of this fine Grade II Listed Regency building believed to have been built in the 1840s, in a classic Regency style. The property was converted into luxury apartments by Laing Homes in 2004. Situated in the highly regarded district known as The Park, a Conservation Area, the apartment forms part of a small development designed to blend with the Regency period of the town. Set quietly in extensive well-maintained communal grounds, enhanced by an abundance of mature trees, it is close to excellent local amenities including the Bath Road with its independent shops, cafes, restaurants, banks and pubs.
Offering a wealth of character features to include exceptional ceiling mouldings, sash windows, deep skirting boards and high ceilings the well-proportioned accommodation is accessed via a security entrance system into the fine communal hallway. A private front door gives access to an entrance hall. The impressive and elegant drawing room measures 24 ft x 16ft with a delightful dual aspect, leafy views over the communal grounds and access to a Juliet balcony. The 16ft kitchen/breakfast room provides space for a table and chairs and is fitted with a range of units and integrated appliances. The master bedroom measures 15ft with an en-suite shower room and fitted Hammond wardrobes. The second bedroom also has fitted wardrobes and there is a main bathroom.
Additional benefits of this impressive apartment are allocated off road parking, visitors parking and large communal gardens.
Cheltenham is often known as the gateway to the Cotswolds and famed for its extensive range of festivals, including National Hunt, music, drama, science, food and drink and jazz.
There are extensive modern shopping facilities within the town and a range of recreational and cultural amenities, including golf courses, racecourse, theatre and cinema.
There are additional excellent communications to the other nearby centres via the M5 giving easy access to Bristol and Birmingham and there is a mainline railway station with services to London.
DIRECTIONS From Cheltenham town centre proceed into Montpellier alongside the gardens and tennis court. At the roundabout take the second exit into Suffolk Square and then through the traffic lights onto Park Place. This leads directly into The Park where the turning for Harefield Grove can be found on the left.